The Nabis limbatus is a type of damsel bug in the family Nabidae. Worldwide there are 21 genera and over 500 species.
They are predators and they are catching almost any other insects which are smaller than themselves. Cannibalism exists if they don’t find enough food. They are a helpful species in the modern and organic agriculture because of their predation on many types of crop pests.
The mushroom is a Panaeolina foenisecii, commonly called the mower’s mushroom, haymakers mushroom.
Photo based on a stack with 3 images.
While I was on a walk i found this mushroom next to a street and photographed it with my 50-200mm tele without a tripod – ISO 800… :) But thanks to Photoshop, i love this picture!